Yucho Ninsho is a domestic money transfer service of Japan Post Bank, which is highly recommended for not only Japanese natives, but also foreigners. Now, Yucho direct bank account owners can only send up to 50,000 Yen to another Yucho bank account free of charge, while Yucho Ninsho allows much more.
Remittance to your beneficiary or top up your Smiles account has never been easier like this way.
Step 1: Log in to Yucho Ninsho
- Open app ゆちょ認証 (Yucho Ninsho).
- Choose スマートフォンで (log in on Smartphone).
- Unlock app using Biometric Verification including Face Recognition or Fingerprint Scans.
Step 2: Sync to Yucho internet banking
Step 3: Verify Yucho internet banking
Now, log in to your Yucho Direct account on this link to verify your account.
As can be seen from the photos above, you need to verify two things:
- 生体認証 (Biometric Verification): 登録済 (registered).
- PIN認証 (Pin code of remittance confirmation): 登録済 (registered)
Then, tap 振替・振込 (Remittance)
Step 4: Choose the destination bank
Choose ゆうちょ銀行あて振替 to remit to Yucho bank account.
Or 他金融機関あて振込 to remit to another bank account except except for Yucho bank. Please choose ゆうちょ銀行あて振替.
Step 5: The beneficiary’s bank account
Insert your beneficiary’s bank account information.
Step 6: Confirm Yucho Ninsho Account
After checking the balance, please fill in the beneficiary’s bank account information.
Step 7: Insert transaction information
Then, insert the amount of money you want to send, and choose the date of transaction.
Step 8: Help another remit via your Yucho Ninsho
Once helping another person remit through your Yucho bank account and wanting the beneficiary to know who remits, please insert the name of the remitter in the field ご依頼人名.
Note: Don’t insert your name in this field when depositing into Smiles account.
Step 9: Double-check the information
Step 10: Open app Yucho Ninsho
Tap アプリを起動する > Open, to open app Yucho Ninsho, and confirm the remittance.
Step 11: Enter your PIN 認証
Step 12: PIN code confirmation
Step 13: Transaction receipt
送金結果 (Remittance “result”)
- It is considered as an receipt or proof of remittance, please take a screenshot and then, use it to report deposit.
- Save this beneficiary’s information for the next remittance.
Now, you can stay at home to deposit into your Smiles account free of charge and remit on your own phone.